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ne Gettysburg Gibbon's 440 68 15+ 20th Maine Gettysburg Barnes's 386 41 10+ 2d Massachusetts Cedar Mountain Williams'san Manassas Kearny's 260 41 15+ 4th Michigan Gettysburg Barnes's 342 40 11+ 5th Michigan Fair Oaks Kearny's 330 43 13+amauga T. J. Wood's 217 26 11+ 16th Michigan Gettysburg Barnes's 218 29 13+ 17th Michigan Spotsylvania Willcox's 226 3air Oaks Couch's 574 92 16+ 62d Pennsylvania Gettysburg Barnes's 426 45 10+ 68th Pennsylvania Gettysburg Birney's 320 Mine Willcox's 251 55 21+ 7th U. S. Infantry Gettysburg Barnes's 116 19 16+ 10th U. S. Infantry Gettysburg Barnes's 93Barnes's 93 22 23+ 11th U. S. Infantry Gettysburg Barnes's 286 35 12+ 17th U. S. Infantry Gettysburg Barnes's 260 43 16+ 18th Barnes's 286 35 12+ 17th U. S. Infantry Gettysburg Barnes's 260 43 16+ 18th U. S. Infantry Stone's River Rousseau's 603 102 16+ 5th U. S. Colored Chaffin's Farm Paine's 550 85 15+ 6th U. S. ColoBarnes's 260 43 16+ 18th U. S. Infantry Stone's River Rousseau's 603 102 16+ 5th U. S. Colored Chaffin's Farm Paine's 550 85 15+ 6th U. S. Colored Chaffin's Farm Paine's 367 61 16+ 79th U. S. Colored Poison Springs Thayer's 463 111 23+ Unlike other tabulatio
in Washington, petitioned that they be allowed to march to the defence of their state. Accordingly, two brigades of the Reserves rejoined the Army of the Potomac, and were assigned to the Fifth Corps, in which they again served as the Third Division, this time under command of General S. W. Crawford. General Meade having been promoted to the command of the Army, just before the battle of Gettysburg, General Sykes succeeded to his place; the divisions were commanded at Gettysburg by Generals Barnes, Ayres, and Crawford. The corps distinguished itself in that battle by its fighting in the wheat-field, and also by the gallant action of Vincent's Brigade in seizing Little Round Top, just in time to save the Army from what might have been a serious disaster. The corps' loss at Gettysburg was 365 killed, 1,611 wounded, and 211 missing; a total of 2,187, out of about 11,000 actually engaged. The regular troops of the Army of the Potomac were all in the Fifth Corps, Second Division
wounded, and 124 missing; total, 346. At Gettysburg, General Barnes commanded the division, Colonel Tilton, the brigade, aon after. The division was commanded at Gettysburg by General Barnes, and fought in the wheat field, the regiment losing 13th the others. At Gettysburg,--then in Vincent's Brigade, Barnes's Division,--the Forty-fourth was one of the first regimen Brig. Gen. (Killed). (2) Col. Robert Anderson. (3) Major Charles Barnes. companies. killed and died of wounds. died od flying. At Gettysburg the division was commanded by General Barnes; it fought there in the historic wheat field, the Sixtghteenth was under a heavy fire at Fredericksburg, then in Barnes's Brigade, its losses there amounting to 5 killed, 56 woun missing. At Gettysburg, the division was commanded by General Barnes, and the brigade by Colonel Tilton of the Twenty-secon0 wounded. In that battle the brigade was commanded by General Barnes, and the division by General Griffin. In May, 1864, t
Third 20 137 36 193 26th Wisconsin Schurz's Eleventh 26 129 62 217 80th New York (20th S. M.) Doubleday's First 35 111 24 170 20th Indiana Birney's Third 32 114 10 156 6th Wisconsin Wadsworth's First 30 116 22 168 17th U. S. Inf. (7 Cos.) Ayres's Fifth 25 118 7 150 40th New York Birney's Third 23 120 7 150 73d Ohio Steinwehr's Eleventh 21 120 4 145 142d Pennsylvania Doubleday's First 13 128 70 211 11th New Jersey Humphreys's Third 17 124 12 153 62d Pennsylvania Barnes's Fifth 28 107 40 175 107th Ohio Barlow's Eleventh 23 111 77 211 2d Massachusetts Williams's Twelfth 23 109 4 136 125th New York Alex. Hays's Second 26 104 9 139 14th U. S. Inf.,(8 Cos.) Ayres's Fifth 18 110 4 132 137th New York Geary's Twelfth 40 87 10 137 69th Pennsylvania Gibbon's Second 40 80 9 129 84th New York 14th Brooklyn, or 14th Regiment N. Y. S. National Guard. Wadsworth's First 13 105 99 217 7th Michigan Cavalry Kilpatrick's Cavalry 13 48 39 100 1st
Light Artillery.                     1st New York Reenlisted and served through the war. (F. & S.) 2   2       2     Sept., ‘61 A--Bates's   4 4   9 9 13   Fourth. Sept., ‘61 B--Pettit's   16 16   10 10 26   Second. Sept., ‘61 C--Barnes's   4 4   18 18 22   Fifth. Oct., ‘61 D--Osborne's 1 12 13   14 14 27   Third. Oct., ‘61 E--Wheeler's 1 4 5 1 12 13 18   Fifth. Oct., ‘61 F--Wilson's         14 14 14   Twenty-sec'd. Oct., ‘61 G--Frank's 1 11 12 2 16 18 30   Seco N. Y. Orleans   1 1   16 16 17   Eighteenth. Sept., ‘62 18th N. Y. Mack's   3 3   23 23 26   Nineteenth. Oct., ‘62 19th N. Y. Rogers's   14 14 1 16 17 31   Ninth. Dec., ‘62 20th N. Y. Ryer's         6 6 6     Dec., ‘62 21st N. Y. Barnes's   2 2 1 30 31 33   Nineteenth. Dec., ‘61 23d N. Y. Reenlisted and served through the war. Ransom's         47 47 47   Eighteenth. Dec., ‘61 24th N. Y. The 2
turned the enemy's left, relieved the Eighth Kentucky, and saved the train from capture. The enemy disappeared, and the brigade returned to camp without the loss of a wagon. All concur in according to Col. Mathews the most gallant conduct throughout the engagement. He received a slight wound in the left check, and was considerably bruised by a fall from his horse, which is wild and at times very unruly. A pestiferous but not dangerous disease affects the noble Colonel of the Eighth (Col. Barnes) in such a way as to render him unfit for duty, and, in his absence, Lieut.-Col. May assumed command of the Eighth Kentucky, which deserves the highest encomiums of praise for resisting the enemy at great odds — maintaining their position under a murderous fire of musketry, and returning volley for volley, working destruction in the enemy's lines. Col. S. W. Price being called to Nashville on business, the command of the Twenty-first Kentucky devolved on Lieut.-Col. J. C. Evans, who st
County, Mo., December 9, 1862. Colonel J. M. Glover: A band of six guerrillas, headed by Charles Barnes, made a raid upon our part of the county, on the night of the twenty-fifth ultimo. Before nness at the house of John S. Brickey, by taking two guns, a pistol, a negro man and negro girl. Barnes took a pair of handcuffs from his saddle-bags and fastened upon the negro man, but before they hr. Next they broke into the house of Cornelius Brickey, calling for him and his son James, whom Barnes had previously threatened, neither of them being at home. They next went one mile to the house springing out of bed, snatching his revolver from under his pillow, and firing at the breast of Barnes, who, about the same time, fired upon Sanders, and at the same time ordered his comrades to fire He caused his children to make a light in the room and open the door, bidding them to walk in. Barnes ordered his men to charge, but it was no go. They all soon left without getting in range of the
rt states succinctly the interesting particulars. The department is aware that I have had this vessel blockaded for eight months, and I am indebted to the extreme vigilance and spirit of Lieut. Commander J. L. Davis, of the Wissahickon, Acting Lieut. Barnes, of the Dawn, and later of Lieut. Commander Gibson, of the Seneca, that I have been able to keep her so long confined to the waters of the Ogeechee. For several months the Nashville was loaded with cotton, but, though constantly on the oy her with my battery, I moved up at daylight this morning, accompanied by the blockading fleet in these waters, consisting of the Seneca, Lieut. Commanding Gibson; the Wissahickon, Lieut. Commanding Davis, and the Dawn, Acting Lieut. Commanding Barnes. By moving up close to the obstructions in the the river, I was enabled, although under a heavy fire from the battery, to approach the Nashville, still aground, within the distance of twelve hundred yards. A few well-directed shells determined
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Charles Barnes Col. 6th Penn. Heavy ArtilleryNov. 14, 1864, to June 26, 1865. 2d Brigade, Defenses South of the Potomac, 11th and 20th U. S. Reserve Corps, Department of Washington